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STATE'S ATT'Y HOYNE MAKES RECORD RUN
REPUBLICANS CAPTURE COUNTY BUILDING
PROBABLE WINNERS I Long, Dem 124,847
State's Attorney Maclay Hoyne, Rushkewlcz, Dem 124,230
Recorder Joseph P. Haas, Rep.
Clerk of Circuit Court John W.
Clerk of Circuit Court August W.
Coroner Peter Hoffman, Rep.
Board of Assessors George K.
Board of Assessors Chas. Ringer.
Board of Review E. R. Litzinger.
Drainage Board President, Chas.
H. Sergei, Rep.
Drainage Bpard Trustee, Jas. H.
Drainage Board Trustee, Mat
thias Mueller, Rep. .
With all but 2.3d, 26th and 35th
wards counted, the Cook county vote
Connery, Dem .".179,677
Haas, Rep 175,065
Circuit Court Clerk
Rainey, Dem 181,913
Miller, Rep 171,916
Superior Court Clerk
Kiellander, Rep 183,895
Gavin, Dem .165,257
Hoffman, Rep.- 201,421
Bowler, Dem.- 150,485
' Assessor (Full Term)
Schmidt, Rep 286,135
O'Brien, Dem 26857
Assessor (Short Term)
Ringer, Rep: 298,533
Cepak, Dem 267,475
Board of Review
Litzinger, Rep .291,748
Webb, Dem 288,733
Sanitary Trustees (3 to be elected)
In Cook county 1,124 precincts out
of 2,400 show:
Sergei, Rep 142,278
Mueller, Rep .'. .134,679
"Lawley, Rep 132,389.
Sullivan, Dem. . .130,717
With only the 33d and 35th wards
missing the following ten appear to
have won in the municipal court
Newcomer, Rep 213,278
Cook, Rep. . . 183,057
Hass, Rep '. 179,043
Swanson, Rep 176,695
Hayes, Rep 173,847
Richardson, Rep 173,664
Caverjy, Dem 173,518
Stewart, Rep 172,068
Dolan, Dem ..170,371
The bond proposition on banking
law and tax amendment won. The
park consolidation and bathing
beach bonds lost
Maclay Hoyne, re-elected state's
attorney,, proved to be one of the begt
vote getters in the history of Cook
county politics yesterday.
Complete returns for Chicago
show Hoyne to have polled 20,446
more votes than Miller and Cunnea
combined and a plurality of 107,852
over the Republican, Miller.
Hoyne's election was non-partisan.
He broke all records by carrying
such rock-bound Republican wards
at the 6th, 7th, 25th, 26th, 30th and
31st He may even win the mayor's
own ward, the 23d. Every big union
labor ward in the city went to Hoyne.
In addition, the Democratic wards
stood solid behind their candidate.
Hoyne's victory was a fearful blow
at the, Thompson-Lundin machine.
The entire fight was made on the
state's attorney. Trades of all sorts
were offered in a desperate attempt
to stop Hoyne. All their efforts were
answered by a plurality that may
reach 75,000 votes.
W. A. Cunnea proved a disappoint
ment With the Tribune support
added, he received between 30t0jyj